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Eve EiflerBaltimore / China / United Kingdom
In her former life Eve was a Special Education teacher and camp horseback riding counselor. She loves gardening, needlepoint and volunteering with pet rescue fostering kittens.
Lisa’s past jobs include Elementary School Teacher, Camp Director, Camp Founder of a Traditional Camp, Teen Camp and Leadership Camp. She has two children that were 8 week Maine summer campers from age 8-16. Passions include sailing, travel, outdoor adventures and working out.
Debbie grew up in the New York Metro area before moving to South Florida ten years ago. She has worked with public & private schools, and has been actively involved in organizations for the betterment of children/young girls. Her two daughters have been sleep away campers & counselors and have attended numerous teen programs. Debbie’s passions include playing tennis, running, paddle boarding and traveling.
Michele MinickWestchester / Long Island
As a CPA, Michele is able to accurately count the number of benefits of a well thought out summer plan. As a mom to 3 teenage boys, she has the perfect balance of crazy.
Lois DeckelbaumPhiladelphia / Princeton / Boston / Internet
Lois spent many years as an analyst in the utilities industry. She now uses these skills to help families find great summer programs. In her free time she enjoys cooking, biking, and spending time with her family.
Jill is a Midwesterner at heart but has made her home in Los Angeles since 1978. She has worked as an elementary school teacher and a court reporter — but her favorite vocation is helping families find the perfect summer experience! Jill and her husband raised two children. In her off hours, she spends time walking, traveling and spending time with her family.
Barb LevisonNew York City
Barb was a 12 year camper and counselor and is a self professed “campaholic.”. An attorney in her former work life, she transitioned to Tips to help families find outstanding summer programs, something she did informally for years. She loves tennis, golf and long walks.
Helene AbramsDallas / St. Louis
Helene’s love of adventure began at birth, as her family traveled the globe with the Air Force. The former teacher loves to bake, garden, workout, be active outside and has a passion for volunteering with Meals on Wheels and the Birthday Party Project as well as finding amazing summer adventures for her clients!
Born to State Dept. parents, Nancy was raised on 3 continents. After attending the international high schools in Paris and Brussels, Northwestern University brought her to Chicago for 20 years until she married a Frenchman and raised her two children in Paris. Their summers were spent in US music, tennis and riding camps. Nancy’s hobbies include classical choral singing, yoga & travel.
As an artist and creative person, Jill is always trying to think out of the box for her clients. In addition to a busy home life with her husband and 2 kids, Jill enjoys creating art of different mediums, volunteering for The Kindness Connection and various other charities.
Julie has 3 kids that have all loved their different camp and teen tour experiences! She loves traveling, hiking and spending time with her family.
Stephanie VordickWashington DC
Stephanie grew up in Bethesda and now lives in North Bethesda with her husband, two teenagers, and two rescue pups. In her off hours she enjoys hiking, reading, posting pictures of her dogs on Instagram, and traveling to new places with her family.
Jen CippolettiFairfield County & Greater Connecticut
A CT native, Jen wishes she could still spend her summers at camp. Instead, she lives vicariously through her three kids, enjoys traveling, gardening, and teaches jazz and hip hop in her spare time.
Born and raised in Barcelona and trained as a lawyer, she traveled the world for 14 years and now resides full time in Barcelona. When she lived in Washington, D.C. she contacted Tips on Trips and Camps for help finding a summer camp for her own kids who continued attending for 10 summers. She learned through those experiences that besides all of the fun and growth opportunities that a summer camp offers, it is also a great way for foreign campers to learn English. Now she is promoting this idea to Spanish families.